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    Default Got the upolstery finaly done

    pics of the gut job and it back together again. Im missing the new floor pics. It will be nice to have a solid floor and seats again.





    It took three gallon of simple green to get out all that freaking oil out of the belly. I cant understand why any one would drain the the oil in the belly???...ya would think they would at least have the front hight enough to make sure it all ran out the back

















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    I like the colors. Looks good

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    thanks I thought it turned out pretty good compared to what it use to look like. But I guess the other 126 people didnt.
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    Looks good. You ended up better than me. The fit, finish and colors were terrible on mine...I finally got my money back...I'll have to have it redone in the fall.

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    Looks great!!! So much nicer!!!

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    Great job, waayyy better than I could do.

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    thanks guys... I wish the buckets seats were about 4" taller. I went with covering them all the way instead of slip on covers. It was a fun project.

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    Good job Lonnie. That cleaned it up really well. Nothing nicer than new upholstery. Congrats


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